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UVU Community Education Offers Unique Educational Experiences To The Public This Fall

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August 21, 2013

For Immediate Release

University Marketing & Communications: Whitney Wilkinson

Written by: Heather Wrigley

The Utah Valley University Community & Continuing Education Department has several exciting and engaging events lined up for fall 2013. Each is open to the public, but requires registration.

  • Book Academy: This one-day annual conference gives authors and aspiring authors the opportunity to network and learn more about writing and the publishing industry. It occurs on Sept. 24. Cost to attend is $49.
  • Capitol Reef and Arches Photo Workshops: Photograph breathtaking landscapes, learn new camera techniques, enjoy great company and gain confidence as a photographer at one of three workshops being offered in October: October 14-15 or Oct. 21-22 at Arches National Park ($224) and Oct. 18-20 at UVU’s Capitol Reef Field Station ($194).
  • UVU Forum on Engaged Reading: This two-day conference, from Sept. 19-20, is about sharing the best in books, educational practices and innovative ideas to counter the 21st century problem of “alliteracy.” Visit uvuengagedreading.org for more information. Cost to attend is $164.
  • SHRM Learning System Certifications for Human Resource Professionals: This 12-week program provides an up-to-date overview of key human resource management concepts and trends and is based on the new 2012 HRCI body of knowledge. It is designed for individuals seeking certification as a professional in human resources (PHR) or a senior professional in human resources (SPHR). Classes run Aug. 28-Nov. 13. Cost to attend is $995.

UVU’s Community & Continuing Education Department offers a variety of conferences and on-campus, online and nontraditional courses each semester, all designed to extend low-cost, convenient learning experiences to everyone — children and adults, local and nonlocal.

“Our courses are generally short-term and noncredit, and each class is designed to help community members develop new talents, build job skills, explore new hobbies and make friends,” said Diana Hunter, director of instruction for the department.

Learn more, see a full list of courses and other events and register at uvu.edu/ce. Visit ce.uvu.edu/fall to see an online version of the class listing, or call 801-863-8012 to request a Discover brochure, which contains a complete listing of classes offered as well as instructions for registration and online payment.

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